If you’re looking to sell your Samsung Galaxy S6, then MoneySuperMarket is the best place to do it.

We have partnered with a group of carefully selected recyclers to ensure that you get the best price when you sell your old handset, and that your old Galaxy S6 is reused, refurbished or recycled, with no parts going to landfill. Read on and we’ll explain how you can get the best price for your Samsung Galaxy S6.

How do I sell my Samsung Galaxy S6?

  1. Compare offers. Use the filters to tell us about your exact Samsung Galaxy S6 model: its storage capacity, whether it is locked or unlocked, and its condition. Then compare the available offers
  2. Send in your device. Your chosen recycler will send you a postage pack or mail instructions which you can then use to send in your old Samsung Galaxy S6
  3. Get paid. When your recycler receives your Samsung Galaxy S6, they’ll carry out some key checks. If there’s unexpected damage, they may change their quote. Once this process is complete, you’ll then get paid via PayPal, bank transfer or cheque

How much can I sell my Samsung Galaxy S6 for?

The price you will get for your Samsung Galaxy S6 depends on its overall condition.

If it is still working well and has no damage, you’ll get the best price possible. If it has cracks, scratches or dents, then the price you’ll receive will be lower.

However, you will at least get some cash for your old phone. Take a look above and adjust the filters to get the most accurate, up-to-date offers.

When is the best time to sell my Samsung Galaxy S6?

Samsung launches new Galaxy S devices in February each year, at special Samsung Unpacked events. It’s a good idea to sell before this time, as a new device tends to mean older phones fall in price as they flood the market when consumers want to buy a new handset.

Samsung Galaxy S6 price history

The Samsung Galaxy S6 launched in April 2015 and, at the time, was regarded as the best device Samsung had ever made. It cost £600 for a 32GB model, rising to £600 for 64GB.

A series of newer Galaxy S models means that the price of the S6 has dropped since, but you will still secure a decent sum for your old S6, especially if it is in good condition.

Will my Samsung Galaxy S6 be recycled?

If your Samsung Galaxy S6 has lots of cracks and dents or extensive damage, then it will most likely be taken apart and its components used to recycle other phones. Anything that cannot be recycled will be disposed of safely by experts.

Phones that are slightly damaged may be refurbished and sold on, the same as those which are in good condition.

Can I get paid for a broken Samsung Galaxy S6?

While you can get paid for a broken Samsung Galaxy S6, you should be aware that the price will be lower than if it was in good condition.

While cracked screens, scratches and dents are acceptable, severe water damage tends to mean recyclers will not take your Galaxy S6 – in particular if it no longer switches on. Check with them directly if you think your S6 has suffered from liquid ingress.

Can I trade my old Samsung Galaxy S6 for a new one?

It’s a brilliant idea to trade in your old Samsung Galaxy S6 and use the money you get for a new phone. At MoneySuperMarket we have a wide range of new Samsung phones on offer, as well as devices from Apple and Google.

What other Samsung phones can I sell?

You can sell all types of Samsung phones through MoneySuperMarket, including the Samsung Galaxy A13, Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy S22.